Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Are There Toxins in Your Meat or Fish?
Some metabolism-wrecking toxins, such as processed foods, hydrogenated fats, and high-fructose corn syrup, are easy to avoid because they're listed on food labels. But others — polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and dioxins, for example — aren't. These pollutants, by-products of manufacturing, found their way into our lakes and streams long ago, with the result that they've now entered our food supply through animal products.

Find out more about these toxins

Jillian on Everyday Health
Knowing How Much to Lift
Q: "What size dumbbells should I be using, 5-pound, 10-pound? What's a rule of thumb for how much to start with, when to move up, and so on?"

See Jillian's answer on Everyday Health

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